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RE: RE: RE: Re: Totally Far-out Lens Idea: Been Done

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Posted by on March 14, 2000 07:56:58 UTC

Gravity is associated with electrical, and magnetic fields,and your right about gravity being weak,in fact
Einstein thought it was not a force at all,only an observable property of spacetime,gravity is bent,or warped
spacetime,warped by a large mass,and or intense rotational em field.physicists have been going back to the research
and writings of Nikola Tesla,and Maxwell. What im thinking of would be alot like an electron microscope,which works
by converting photons into photo-electrons,and using a set of moveable coils to focus the beam,im thinking of using
a rotational array of large electromagnets,which are pulse fired by a bank of very large capacitance,at the correct
pulse rate and amplitude this may really yield some interesting results,and understand im talking about extremely high
pulse amplitude of very short duration,this idea is based on the fact that cross axial em fields produce a g-wave at a
90-degree angle to the em field,it is also a fact that solar data obtained from skylab showed that the sun demonstrates
crossed/merging em fields on a regular basis........stevec.

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